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Week 2 Rising Stars
Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results. ~Andrew Carnegie
Teamwork represents a set of values that encourage behaviors such as listening and constructively responding to points of view expressed by others, giving others the benefit of the doubt, providing support to those who need it, and recognizing the interests and achievements of others. ~ Katzenbach & Smith
Enrolled February 2010 Senior Consultant- May 2010 Director- September 2010 Senior Director- September 2011 Executive Director- October 2011 Senior Executive Director- May 2012 National Executive Director- SOON!
“It is our job to ask, it is their job to accept or decline.” Shari Hudspeth
2010 Parties – 64 Total PV of $43,302 2011 Parties – 98 Total PV of $67,968 2012 Parties – 67 Total PV of $52,715
At parties (hostess and customers) Vendor Shows Online via many different methods Home office leads Out and about Word of mouth/referrals
Include a FAQ flyer in your hostess packet & have recruiting packets with you Go into the party with a recruiting mindset Sprinkle recruiting seeds throughout your presentation, showcase a WHY bag, 31 second commercial, examples of how 31 has changed your life Leave the hostess with how much she would have made in commission from her party Focus on the best deal we have – the enrollment kit
When I choose to participate in a vendor show, my top 2 goals are to book parties & add to my team Be ready to talk up the opportunity with everyone you meet and have opportunity packets ready to hand them Don’t only look for vendor shows, also look for job fairs Rachel Embler is one of my first 3 directors & was a recruit from a vendor show!!! She is now a Senior Director!
Have some sort of web presence- blog, FB group *Be sure to keep up with the P&P and stay within regulations with everything you do Make smart FB posts about your job and the income it provides without spamming your friends Develop a relationship with a blogger or webmaster to do giveaways, this increases your exposure & gets your name out there
Have a draft letter & respond right away via & follow up snail mail with a handwritten letter Always call if you are given the contact info Add leads via FB if possible No sometimes means not now, just keep in touch & don’t write people off-I’ve had HO leads enroll almost a year after I got the request Kim Hess and Vanessa Brown were all HO leads for me!!! Don’t assume what they want. V only wanted to host a party but she enrolled after we spoke.
Always carry our products with you everywhere you go Have business cards and minis with you or recruiting packets Talk up the opportunity, don’t be afraid to approach someone or mention the opportunity I have signed up people I met on the beach, etc.
Word of mouth can make or break you so remember to have GREAT customer service at all times If you don’t let people know you are a consultant, how can they refer someone to you? I have had many referrals turn into parties & also recruits, some from friends of friends on FB as well. When someone refers you, be sure to reward them!
You need to continually add to your Gen 0 so when folks drop out they can be replaced. You have to sustain 4 PEQAs to stay a Director and need a certain amount of Directors for all other titles. 1 in 6 recruits will choose the leadership path- to get to SD you need 2, ED you need 4, SED you need 8 and 16 for NED so you need to continually recruit if you aspire to be in upward leadership No matter where you are, you’re always halfway to the next goal!
Our “JOB” has unlimited potential AND you get to be your own boss!
Find out her why, this is so important- remember it’s not the money but what the money will DO Let her do most of the talking, don’t overwhelm Explain the benefits of the job in a nutshell, set your own schedule, be your own boss, incentives, Dream Rewards, etc. Form a relationship
Provide training and ideas to help them qualify Strong Start call and push Start Swell kit If you are NOT a director, know that your director will do the training for your recruit Answer questions and keep in close contact Point them to TOT and do not answer questions that can easily be found there - teach them to fish do NOT fish for them Help them realize how many parties they need a month to reach the goals they have set
As each goose flaps its wings, it creates uplift for the birds that follow. By flying in a “V” formation, the whole flock adds 71 percent greater flying range than if each bird flew alone.
People who share a common direction and sense of community can get where they are going more quickly and easily because they are traveling on the thrust of one another.
Create you own 31 commercial and tell 6 new people about the business opportunity between now and the 7 th. your WHY to your partner and to me. Think about 3 NEW people who you think would benefit from what we have to offer at Thirty-One. Contact them and send them an opportunity packet.
Listen to any of the archived recruiting calls on TOT and write down your 3 big AHA’s. Share with a 31 friend, teammate, or your director. Here are some suggestions, Changing Your Perspective by Martine Williams or How to Recruit at Parties by Jennifer Pasalakis.
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